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Carina Adly MacKenzie Addresses Rumors On Her Exit From 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie Addresses Rumors On Her Exit From 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie is setting the record straight.

Earlier in the day on Friday (July 10), it was announced that the Roswell, New Mexico creator had resigned from the show, where she served as an executive producer and co-showrunner.

In an article about her leaving the series, it was reported that Carina had tension with cast and crew, which led to her eventually leaving.

“Because there’s a lot of nonsense getting spread around, let me make it clear this decision has nothing to do with any of the cast, crew, or writers. I love them in an epic forever handprints-on-my-soul kinda way,” Carina wrote on Twitter. “Finding Liz Ortecho with Jeanine [Mason] has been a joy. I think any fan who joined us for a glass of wine on Instagram live during this shutdown knows there’s no ‘tension,’ so I’m just gonna go back to texting with her about the home reno projects we’re both working on and roll my eyes at that boring attempt to pit women against each other. What year is it?”

“As for ~secret anonymous sources~ revealing that I wasn’t in the writer’s room as much as I’d have liked to be, TRUE TRUE TRUE. 😂 Shooting on location while writing in LA is so hard. Thank god for my co-showrunner/friend/partner/champion Chris Hollier; together we could be in two places at once,” she continued.

“Over the last few months, the team and I broke the Season 3 story together, I had talks with the actors about the season character journeys. I put my finishing touches on the season premiere this week. But this is a business, and there were fundamental disagreements about a couple of things that were and are very important to me,” Carina concluded.

Back in June, Carina was very outspoken on Twitter about gay love scenes being cut from Roswell, New Mexico‘s airing on ITV in the UK.

Carina Adly MacKenzie Resigns as EP/Co-Showrunner of 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie Resigns as EP/Co-Showrunner of 'Roswell, New Mexico'

Carina Adly MacKenzie is leaving her role at Roswell, New Mexico!

The writer served as an executive producer and co-showrunner on the CW series, which she was also the creator of.

“I have made the difficult decision to resign from my role on Roswell, New Mexico,” she told THR. “I do not take this decision lightly, but ultimately due to fundamental differences, I must depart and entrust Roswell, New Mexico to capable hands. I am so proud of what we built over the last two years, and I believe in the heart and soul of the show: asking tough questions, striving to make the world better, amplifying marginalized voices, and fighting the good fight.”

Carina Adly MacKenzie has departed as executive producer/co-showrunner of Roswell, New Mexico,” a spokesperson for Warner Bros. TV said. “The third season of the series will return to The CW as part of the network’s 2021 midseason lineup.”

Carina has also worked on The Originals as a producer and writer, and she served as a writer on an episode of The Flash.

Supergirl's Sixth Season Pushed Back To Midseason Due To Melissa Benoist's Pregnancy

Supergirl's Sixth Season Pushed Back To Midseason Due To Melissa Benoist's Pregnancy

The schedule for the 2020/2021 season for The CW was announced today (May 14) and there was one show missing from the lineup.

Supergirl has been put on hold a bit longer, due in part to star Melissa Benoist‘s pregnancy, THR reports.

The series is being pushed to premiere mid-season, whenever that happens in 2021, to allow time for Melissa to return after maternity leave.

Taking Supergirl‘s Sunday night time slot is Charmed‘s third season. The reboot is returning to it’s original time, Sunday nights at 9/8c.

Other shows returning mid-season include fellow DC Comic/Arrowverse title DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, In the Dark and Roswell, New Mexico, as well as new series Kung Fu and Republic of Sarah.

In case you missed it, be sure to check out the complete upcoming schedule for The CW’s next season!

The CW Announces When 'Riverdale', 'The Flash' & More Will Return!

The CW Announces When 'Riverdale', 'The Flash' & More Will Return!

The CW just came through with some good news!

The network revealed when it’s shows will return with new episodes, after starting to air re-runs a couple of weeks ago.

Shows unaffected by the halt on production causing new episodes to be pushed back were Dynasty, Roswell New Mexico and Charmed, which have still been airing on schedule.

Riverdale will return on April 15th with the season four musical episode of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

In The Dark‘s second season wasn’t supposed to premiere until the end of May, but has been pushed up, and will now premiere in Legacies‘ time slot, starting April 16th at 9pm ET.

Click inside to see the full schedule of when new episodes of The CW shows will return… More Here! »

'Roswell, New Mexico' Returns For Season 2 Tonight!

'Roswell, New Mexico' Returns For Season 2 Tonight!

Roswell, New Mexico is finally back!

The CW series will begin airing season two TONIGHT (March 16) and even though Max is completely dead, he’s still going to be involved in the story.

In “Stay (I Missed You)”, torn between the heartache of Max’s (Nathan Parsons) sacrifice and the joy of Rosa’s (Amber Midthunder) resurrection, Liz (Jeanine Mason) suppresses her grief to focus on moving out of Roswell with Rosa.

Meanwhile, Michael (Michael Vlamis) copes with Max’s death in his own self-destructive way, while Isobel (Lily Cowles) focuses her attention on honing her alien powers.

Finally, Liz makes an alarming discovery after Rosa begins experiencing mysterious side effects from her resurrection.

Tune in for the season two premiere of Roswell, New Mexico TONIGHT (March 16) at 9/8c on The CW!

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'Roswell, New Mexico' Star Nathan Parsons Says Max is 'Fully Dead' in Season 2

'Roswell, New Mexico' Star Nathan Parsons Says Max is 'Fully Dead' in Season 2

The cast of Roswell, New Mexico teams up at the 2020 SCAD aTVfest!

The co-stars – Nathan Parsons, Michael Trevino, Heather Hemmens, and creator/EP Carina Adly MacKenzie – took the stage to discuss their series at the event held on Friday (February 28) in Atlanta.

“We open season 2 with Max and Liz back in bed that morning and get to see a little bit more of their conversation that we missed,” Carina told EW.

She added that the show then goes back to the cave – where season one left off – and then forward a couple of weeks.

“I am fully dead,” Nathan Parsons chimed in. His character, Max, will still be involved in the story though.

Carina explained, “We found creative ways to use him,” such as in flashbacks.

Season two of Roswell, New Mexico premieres on The CW on March 16!

ICYMI, find out which original Roswell cast member joined the reboot.

25+ pictures inside of the Roswell, New Mexico cast at the event… More Here! »

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An Original 'Roswell' Cast Member Joins the Reboot!

An Original 'Roswell' Cast Member Joins the Reboot!

Nathan Parsons and Jeanine Mason appear on stage during the Roswell, New Mexico panel during New York Comic Con on Sunday (October 6) at the Javits Center in New York City.

The actors were joined at the event by co-stars Tyler Blackburn, Michael Vlamis, and Lily Cowles, and executive producers Julie Plec, Carina Adly MacKenzie, and Chris Hollier.

During the panel it was announced that original Roswell cast member Jason Behr will join the cast of The CW’s reboot series.

“We’re very excited that Jason will be joining us for a multi-episode arc. It’s only fitting that he’s playing a (currently top secret) character with deep ties to Roswell, New Mexico’s history. Working with him has already been such a special experience for all of us –– particularly when [Roswell co-star] Shiri Appleby was on set to direct him. I was such a huge fan of Roswell as a kid, so having their stamp of approval –– not to mention their expertise and advice –– has really meant the world to me, the cast and the crew,” Carina said in a statement.

It was also announced that Friday Night LightsGaius Charles will play Bronson, a local farmer with a strong moral compass that leads him to see the good in people –– and aliens –– in a time of great prejudice. Ultimately, his quest to protect those he loves pits him against forces far more powerful than he is.

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